a long cloak or outer coat, esp. one made, lined, or trimmed with fur
Origin of pelisseFrench ; from Old French ; from Vulgar Latin pellicia, for pellicia (vestis) ; from Classical Latin pellicius, made of skins ; from pellis, a skin: for Indo-European base see fell
- A long cloak or outer robe, usually of fur or with a fur lining.
- A woman's loose light cloak, often with openings for the arms.
Origin of pelisseFrench, from Old French pelice, from Late Latin pell&imacron;cia, from Latin, feminine of pell&imacron;cius, made of skin, from pellis, skin; see pel-3 in Indo-European roots.